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, abby stoddard, columnist for the hill, michael spir mitt romney is con nish, talk show host and chip saltzman, strategist. i would like to start off with you, is it fair to compare the two tape you the president's tape the conservatives were talking about since last night and the video of congressman ryan saying you 30% of people want to live their lives on welfare is it fair to compare these tapes, especially given the president's tape, then-senator obama, was covered by the media then? >> it a beautiful day in denver today, tamron. first of all. >> nice weather report, eugene. >> obama says nothing new on the tape and it was covered years aleen sirgany but fair it is all fair in politics. if it's on tape, you can put it out. the way it was put out by the daily caller, it was -- i guess you had very to say it was racist in its intent. i mean, clearly, it's supposed to rile up some sort of racial animus against president obama, but he doesn't really say anything in the tape that's all that con throw ver eggs. so i don't know whether it takes the romney/ryan partisans to harp on that.
's start off with michael. one of the polls is pennsylvania as well. the president is up, but i believe now about three points. that is your home state. mark murray and they like to look at state-by-state battleground polls over the national polls so many get caught up in day to day. what's your read, mike condechm? >> it's not the swing state it's cracked up to be. i will believe that it's a true swing state, tamron, when i turn on my own television at home and be inundated with commercials. right now that's just not the case, and money does talk in this circumstance. if all of a sudden both candidates commit to it or if the romney campaign forces obama top defend his turf in pennsylvania, i'll start to feel that way. right now, i don't see it. >> let me play sound, keith, from mark halpern. he was just on with andrea mitchell. here's the intel that he was able to acquire. we're talking with team obama in chicago. let's play it. >> they feel just as good about where they are today as they did two weeks ago. they said clearly public polling shows change, they don't see any fundamental chang
the deck. and long island native michael murphy was killed in afghanistan in 2005. during an ambush, murphy man into the line of fire to call for help. and helped to dedicate the ship in th ship, his parents, and they'll join us later. >> and rick is back from his paul bunyan-- how did you get down from the tree. >> soft pillow. >> i just fell. in southern pennsylvania, clayton's territory, beautiful, spectacular the fall leaves are looking great and feeling like fall and see that in your temperatures as you're making up much cooler,s the great lakes and the northeast than you were 24 hours ago. and this is where the changes ever. the front is bringing a little bit of rain and little bit of snow mixing in across parts of the great lakes with colder air this morning and maybe a few flakes higher elevations of pennsylvania and upstate new york, but for the most part. scattered showers on and off and cooler day, everything is remaining dry once again workser' in the driest stretch in seattle. a lot of fires we talked about and significant fires and the dry air continues. i'm going to talk abou
chief from "time" michael crowley. last night conservative pundits whipped themselves into a frenzy of expectation, previewing a video of president obama they predicted would change this election as we know it. the daily caller which eventually posted the tape tweeted, obama bombshell video coming soon. check back here at 9:00 p.m. for the full story. the drudge report ran the massive headline obama's other race speech. and just before air time, sean hannity teed up the earth-shattering discovery. >> bombshell is about to be dropped on the 2012 race for the white house because tonight you will hear from barack obama like you have never heard from him before, a video has been uncovered. it contains some of the most divisive class war fair and racially charged rhetoric used by barack obama. >> what piece of sonds pulled from the deepest archives would instantly dismantle president obama's campaign, his entire presidency and forever change the course of the country? a 5-year-old video that everybody saw five years ago. the bombshell of the widely covered speech at hampton university fe
with a shiny michael jordan haircut. >> ali velshi commissioned that study. >> imagine you're on a plane, you're strapped in, your seat starts wobbling and comes loose. american airlines is inspecting boeing 757s as seats came loose on two planes. they've taken a look at 36 planes. six planes had seats not properly secured. american says not all seats were loose but they had the potential they could loosen. the airline is blaming improperly installed clamps. brings us to george howell, following developments on that story from atlanta. good morning. >> soledad, good morning. you described it. for passengers on these flights it came down to this. you start the flight in one row of seats. by the time the plane takes off and lands, you find yourself on the row back behind you. now, no passengers were injured on these flights but, no doubt, it is bad pr for this already struggling airline, not to mention the safety issues. issues that american airlines promises to fi >> reporter: it's happened on three separate flights with passengers on board. twice on the same plane. entire rows of seats came l
clipped by michael waltrip, starting one of the biggest chain reaction wrecks in nascar history. >> i just screwed up. i turned down. it was my fault blocking to try to stay where i was at. >> reporter: while nine drivers were released from the nascar care center, almost nobody was injured. >> you know it's going to get aggressive. you know you're not going to make it back to the checkered without there being a wreck. >> reporter: in the end, matt kenseth escaped the carnage, snatching the race. one of only five cars to actually see the checked flag. >> that was the craziest, craziest experience i have ever had here at talladega. >> oh! >> for somebody like jeff gordon to say, yes, seriously, it is not. you also saw the technological advantages in the sport. where something like that can happen, because the force is taken away from the drivers, everybody did in the end walk away. >> no injuries at 200 miles an hour. >> no. >> that is incredible. okay, guys, thanks very much. >>> now, a story you might not expect to see at costco. everyone knows the warehouse chain is a great place to stock
. >> michael kirk is one of the producers of the choice 2012. he's joining me live from new york. and welcome to you, michael. i read your resume. you covered just about everything. i'm fascinated to see this, as you tout this long view of these men's lives. and the promise is that this documentary will take us beyond the sound bites, beyond the ads, the sales pitches. tell me, it sounds like you and your crew talked to a lot of people to get inside the lives of both of these men. >> more than 100 of them, friends, family, enemies, journalists, authors, almost everybody we could dredge up over the last year for two hours, 2 a1/2 hours. i think the challenge was formidable. who do you te the life story and new things about maybe the most famous person in the world, barack obama, or in romney's sense, a man everybody told us was the hidden man, that's the way they described him. and it was a real treat to finally get inside and finally discover what i think we have discovered and what we put on our film tomorrow night. >> and to help americans, of course, make that choice, right, come november
and box your opponent in. >> we'll see if there's a clear winner. thank you very much, michael. thank you, chris. it's always a pleasure. >>> a huge victory for democrats in pennsylvania in a hard-fought battle against that state's new voter i.d. law for now. a judge in the past few hours blocked the law from goalkeeper into effect. judge simpson ordered the sat not to enforce the voter i.d. requirement in this year's election, but it will go into full effect next year. opponents of the law say it would hurt voter turnover, especially among minorities and the leeld he who are likely to vote for democrats in that state. it was in june that a top state republican lawmaker predicted the law would help governor romney. >> which is going to allow governor romney to win the state of pennsylvania, done. >> and joining us now, judith brown, diana's co-director of the advancement project, a civil rights organization that filed the lawsuit. thank you for your time. we played that state lawmaker who said if that law was in effect in pennsylvania, he felt that governor romney would win that state, do
panel now. dana mill bank, political cl columnist, michael crowley, and here in new york ron christie. dana, if i might start with you. an insightful political observer such as yourself has seen these two gentlemen in many a debate. but if your path to success relies on mitt romney's comic timing, isn't the zinger likely to become something of a boomerang and hit mr. romney instead of his opponent? >> you know, everybody always remembers the great zingers. you know, usually something from ronald reagan, but here we go again expecting that people are going to try a little bit too hard. there's a real danger when you've been supplied with premixed, ready-made zingers to insert into the debate that mitt romney will insert them at the wrong time or say them not quite right. the only thing worse than having no zinger is having a zinger that comes off badly and comes back to bite you. so i think that's a perilous way to go, but i'll be there in denver, and i look forward to the attempts because it will make it far more interesting. >> indeed. we're delighted, ron, that you're here. you have
, we asked their big star, michael morse, the big question. is teddy finally going to win that race? >> i hope. i hope he watches us and gets some encouragement. >> reporter: so as teddy raced last night, our hopes were high. teddy! close. oh, so close. teddy what happened? what happened, man? but maybe, just maybe, he needs to keep losing so they can win. jonathan karl, abc news, washington. >> and we thank you for watching. we're always here at abcnews.com. "nightline" of course lrks be here later. i'll see you tomorrow night. >>> tonight from the city where almost anything goes a local lawmaker tells naked people to butt out of public place autos and hot, hotter. the bay area bakes and new record highs. i'll give you a look. >> also, here tonight a south bay city put police protection up for bids. this will save a ton of money but so far no takers. >> and a bay area break through that could save millions of lives. researchers discovering a way for women to block the aids virus. >> take a look. live picture from the board walk. temperatures rose to 92 degrees today. not a record b
to keep moving. i don't line up in hotels and just wait for fares. >> that worries michael whose job sit to find taxies for guests at the st. francis hotel. >> tomorrow won't be like this, i'll be out there in the street. and one will come around, five minutes later another will come around. >> patience is perhaps the best virtue to have this weekend. >> it's going to take a while to get through traffic. >> and what are you going to be doing? >> watching it on television. >> and there is several things on the web site abc 7 news to help you out. he can tell you bart rb running longer trains tomorrow and helping people and to golden gate park. rico saying that two wheels are better than four, in this case. three wheels. >> that is right. >> thank you very much. good luck tomorrow. >> leanne, you look comfortable there. thank you. >> and there is a right now driving up to a gas station, your iz are go tok pop out. there is serious sticker shock. gas prices jump bid more than 20 cents overnight in parts of the state this, is because of problems at refineries. the average price for a gallon
factory too far where you're like okay, we get it, michael dukakis and the pledge. this indian thing worked for him, this native-american thing worked for him for a short while. but he stayed on it. almost as if he has nothing else to attack her on and now this asbestos thing? he looks a little desperate right now. >> well, he probably is a little desperate right now. i'm not talking about the poll numbers, talking about the fact that president obama who is going to hammer mitt romney in his home state beat him by 20 points, that's a mathematical tough hill to climb. -- >> unless barack obama has a couple more bad debates. >> massachusetts won't matter. >> well, the margin does matter though. >> scott brown, clearly, apparently has not taken enough advantage of, is people sense that perhaps we should have one republican in washington. let's just send one republican in washington just to balance the scales, to keep people honest. this, you know, talking about elizabeth warren's indian heritage or whatever it is. >> come on. >> it doesn't register to people. it does not register. >> th
michael sherer. michael, thanks very much for coming in. both of these campaigns i take it have put out some less than truthful ads for example. how bad of a problem is this in your reporting? >> it's bad. i mean, some of the major claims made in the most run advertising in these swing states fact checkers have pretty unanimously said just aren't accurate. the issue here is that campaigns can get away with this stuff. both candidates have made their own ability to tell the truth, sort of a central part of their own character story. and yet their campaign ks go out and say things that aren't exactly true. while we in the media call them on it, there's not much consequence shown from voters. partisans on both sides tend to forgive their own candidate for deceptions they tell and get more upset about the other candidate, the other team misleading the public about their record. >> is it worse than usual? because i've covered a lot of campaigns over the years. there have been a lot of junk that's thrown out over the years. >> it's a really hard question to answer. certainly not worse than 19
and "the daily beast" michael tomaski are among the guests ready to leap into the latest conversation about the new pugh poll that shows a change in the tide in this race and aa big shift with women voters. plus from ann romney and one of her sons reportedly staining a rebellion against her husband's advisers to andrew sullivan. there's nervous energy on both sides with 28 days to go. nnounc] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-co
on your screen, michael murphy and his service and his ultimate sacrifice for our country. jon: to his survivors, we can only say thank you for his service. jenna: and now his ship will set sail. jon: "america live" starts right now. megyn: fox news alert, from the campaign trail, it is ramping up a new line of attack on governor romney. calling him dishonest and untruthful and a flat-out liar. welcome, everybody, i am megyn kelly. one website suggesting that the president and his top advisors came up with an idea and a strategy session the next morning. that idea would be to paint mr. romney is a flat-out liar. governor romney, of course, is experiencing polling momentum, and he is trying to build upon that with a foreign policy speech that he gave at the virginia military institute just an hour ago. president obama come in the meantime is in california on a campaign tour. the last 72 hours come we have seen a growing tide of political ads and remarks from campaign officials and surrogates with one central theme. mitt romney is a liar. here is a sample. >> are you saying that
. >> michael jay fox. >> these are serious problems, and we need serious people to solve them. mr. obama sees america who -- nation is founded, it is a vision that has seen america through its darkest days 20 years from now it will be hard to find anyone who is opposed to the affordable care about. who said that? >> john sununu. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no dan martin. [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> stephanie: who continues to steer the nation through the most pairous condition since the great depression. to expect barack obama to have repaired in four years what took 30 years to undermine is simply absurd even if mr. obama had the majority, the economy would still be in apparel who said that? >> dick cheney. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no. who said the social darwinist solution put forward by mitt romney and his running mate is not worthy of this nation's history. he has practiced the art of the possible. who said that. >> eleanor clinton. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no, that was wrong. dan martin st. louis dispatch. would you like me to read more. he approved the seal mission
flipped. "fahrenheit 9/11", michael moore interviews john conyers and he says sit down, no one sits down and reached bill. a rallying cry against health care bill was about reading the bill and it was too long and all of these ideas. so, what i hope is that we can be beyond some of that and the politics always going to have some element of political procedural accusations that go back and forth. but i think if you look broad enough overtime to is such a thing as progress on legislative process issues. that if you go far enough back to our things that are clearly worse that we've gotten better at, and over time the goal is to elevate substance and merit and there's a lot of tricky questions about representations and political power that are somewhat a tractable, that overtime we are making something that works better the results and having people feel powerless and frustrated a little as often. and that to me is over all what the gulf should be. and then even more specifically now, i think one reason is work is really exciting at the moment is that technology as told change your expectati
that we did at ucla, back in 1988, because of the height difference between michael dukakis, the democratic nominee and george herbert walker bush who is four or five inches taller than him. we to build a bubble in front of the podium for governor dukakis to stand on so he would appear relatively the same height. it is little things like that that we have to deal with. >> tell us about a little thing like that as far as this debate. the podium or the temperature in the room. >> well, you know, we try to keep the temperature at 65 degrees. i always tell my wife and daughters when they come, bring a pashmina because the hall is very, very cold. has to be with the lights and cameras. we try to keep it there. sometimes it varies. the podiums will always be the same size for the men and women who participate in these debates. and so, you know, we sit down, we work with the staff of our professional staff and then they -- each of the candidates also has a staff that is here. we walk them through, showing how things will go. as you know, we'll take both candidates through this afte
to talk about, post racial politics, and there is no such thing. we're nowhere near it. >> jamal: michael dawson said i don't want you to be post racial just be post racist. don't treat me differently because i'm a black man. people talk about barack obama going into the debate that he has to be careful of not being too arrogant. >> caller: that's part of it. that called being upitty. he loses regardless. he can be the uppity black man or the scary black guy that you don't want your kids to see. >> jamal: thank you, daryle. thanks for calling in. one of the things on this topic that is so fascinating to me. i keep trying to figure out who are the republicans appealing to on this question. look at how the american electorate votes, maybe the people who would be moved by a dog whistle are a little bit older. maybe they live outside of american cities, but they are not necessarily the young women in suburban areas. they are not parts of the coalition that republicans need to get. let's get one more call in. brandan in washington. >> caller: i wish democrats and liberals wou
of days. michael tomasky writing quote maybe he's just sick of being the president. how else to explain that sorry debate? he also seuuses the convention speech as an example. chris kofinis, what do you make of the argument? that perhaps the president might be over being president? >> well, i don't believe that. one i don't believe it and i can't believe it. i mean i listen to the reality here is i think the president had a bad night. that happens, in elections, it just the reality. he had a bad night on the wrong night. and now there's two more debates. in the stakes i think are huge. on both candidates. and neither one can afford, you know, a let-down. the president's strategy is really simple, it's not always easy to execute because you're debating another person who is not always going to play along with your strategy. but he's got to go in there and have a full-throated defense of his presidency. your opponent is not going do make that defense. your opponent is going to try to tear your apart. >> you're right, chris. >> you have to use your statistics and argument to make your case
, senator michael bennett from colorado, who is a newer, younger member who is part of the generation that does not understand why congress works so slowly. on the republican side they added another newcomer to the senate, senator mike johans. they are meeting this week. it is different since congress is on recess, and congress has not been here since early- august. lawmakers are home, campaigning in their states or for their colleagues tried to get majorities shored up in both the house and senate. so, a group is coming into town tomorrow for a meeting off- campus at mount vernon, which is a good place for them to meet if they want to avoid reporters who tend to stop the halls and wait out the meetings to get any little snippets of news. host: from politico this week, how secret is there work? i mean, how much do we know about what they talk about, when they are meeting, and what they're doing? guest: i would say the problems the country and this congress face are known. you could easily look back over many reports and the public and private meetings to understand that most outside o
, michael bublÉ and billy ray cyrus. >> is he out of rehab? >> he's supposed to come out for "the voice." >> welcome to modern life. >> couples don't write love letters to one another any more, they tweet their love. they put it out there on facebook and twitter. how much they love their husband, their spouses. and -- >> why is the big question. why? >> i don't know. i guess they want everyone to peek into their relationship and think it's great, maybe? >> why. >> i don't know. >> doesn't anybody value privacy at all? the last thing i want anybody to know is what's going on personally in my life. you know? the people that i trust and love? they know. but you don't know who's out there reading your business. and it's potentially -- [ phone ringing ] >> i don't know what that is. >> is that a reminder? >> can we say one quick thing. >> it reminded me we need to do that. >> you know what, remember "downton abbey"? here's what i do, that i love more than anything. they give each other notes. the romance is so subtle and you're watching it happen. >> it's exciting. >> and you know the first
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